I realised I still hadn't posted about the Lucky Dip Club box I received during the month in which one of my embroidered pet portraits was part of a give away! But, better late then never, hey?
So, if you're unaware of how Lucky Dip works, or are yet to nab a box (they always sell out SO fast!), then here's a little peek at what to expect.
Each month, Lucky Dip has a different theme. You can expect goods such as handmade jewellery, stationery, home ware, paper goods and DIY kits on themes such as 'birds of paradise', 'vintage village fete' and 'dinosaur disco'. Aprils theme was 'raining cats & dogs'
Lucky Dip club now teams up with designers and creators to celebrate hand made and all the wonderful artists in the UK. Aprils collaborator was the illustrator Gemma Correll.
Each box generally contains a stationery item, fun postcards and prints and a jewellery item. Gemma Correll designed these enamel sets of collar clips and sweet necklace with her famous lil pug in her recognisable style. My collar clips are on my rain mac, ready to cheer up miserable days!
Leona works super hard each month to bring something totally unique and personalised (personalised brooches and necklaces have been amazing in previous boxes!) to this happy mail subscription. Buying a one off box each month is therefore obviously popular, so be sure to set your alarm at 7am on the first of every month to be in with the chance to nab one - they often sell out within an hour! You can follow the Lucky Dip Club journey over on instagram and get a sneak peek behind the scenes and first look at each months upcoming theme.
There's also a lil zine in each box with a behind the scenes catch up and more information on the collaborators. Hey look, there's me!